Las Vegas Homeless Find Homes in City's Drainage Tunnels
(VOA): Beneath the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, and its famous strip of dazzling lights and high rollers, are underground drainage tunnels built to prevent flooding in the city. Now some of them have become home to hundreds of homeless people. VOA's Genia Dulot had a chance to go into one of these tunnels and speak with some of the residents.
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Published Date: Monday, February 19th, 2018 | 10:45 PM
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